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Quote# 67764

Q. But heterosexuals can marry according to their sexual orientation. Why shouldn’t homosexuals be allowed to marry according to their orientation?

A. Then nature itself is intolerant. Marriage has not been “imposed” upon culture by some religious institution or government power from which it needs to be “set free.” It was established by God, is enforced by the nature which God bestowed upon mankind, and we tamper with it at our own peril.

Here’s what is intolerant. Same-sex “marriage” is being forced upon us by a small, but elite, group of individuals dressed in black robes—judges—who say that thousands of years of human history have simply been wrong. That is a very arrogant notion that will bring great harm to our culture.

Marriage = 1 Man + 1 Woman, MySpace 38 Comments [11/24/2009 7:25:03 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 67763

Q. Isn’t it true that what kids need most are loving parents, regardless of whether it’s a mother or father?

A. No. A child needs a loving mother and father. A wealth of research over the past 30 years has shown us this. (However, same-sex marriage and parenting intentionally deprive children of a mother or father.) The most loving mother in the world cannot teach a little boy how to be a man. Likewise, the most loving man cannot teach a little girl how to be a woman. A gay man cannot teach his son how to love and care for a woman. A lesbian cannot teach her daughter how to love a man or know what to look for in a good husband. Is love enough to help two gay dads guide their daughter through her first menstrual cycle? Like a mom, they cannot comfort her by sharing their first experience. Little boys and girls need the loving daily influence of both male and female parents to become who they are meant to be.

Q. Isn’t that cruel?

A. That’s only because of the times in which we live. Our society prizes what seems fair, more than what is true. Children truly need both a mom and a dad. It is cruel to intentionally deny them this. The research supporting this is both substantial and unequivocal!

Marriage = 1 Man + 1 Woman, MySpace 58 Comments [11/24/2009 7:24:51 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 67755

Logical, analytical and cosmological evidence prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that God exists and anybody who denies that evidence is mentally deranged, insane and psychotic. That is not a hate-filled statement. That is simply stating the only logical conclusion that one can render from analyzing atheist.

Man From South Saint Paul, Topix 50 Comments [11/24/2009 7:23:09 PM]
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Quote# 67747

I blame Muslim terror attacks on the fact that we simply aren't killing enough them (Muslim terrorists) in the GWOT.

That and bleeding heart traitors crying like little old ladies when those people, who are threats or potential threats to our national safety, are made to surrender information to our forces and intelligence services.

These things and the PC infected nation we live in led to the Ft. Hood Massacre.

You can thank Islam and their liberal enablers in the West who, in a nation with Sharia Law, would not be shown one jot or tittle the mercy that these Leftist cretins shower our enemies with.

SK, Moonbattery 29 Comments [11/24/2009 7:21:09 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 67742

As for the old chestnut of ‘abortion due to rape,’ while I do truly sympathise with victims of such a crime as rape I am nevertheless obliged to point out that St. Ninian was the product of rape. Imagine the loss to the world if he had been aborted.

Athanasius, Catholic Truth 59 Comments [11/24/2009 7:20:44 PM]
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Quote# 67738

[Re: “Gay” Activists Mull “Organized Terrorism” Against Christians]

Sounds like the line of thinking glorified in the movie V for Vendetta... ie that terrorism is okay as long as it's homosexual activists using it against "oppressive" Christians.

Teotwawki, Rapture Ready 34 Comments [11/24/2009 7:19:16 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 67736

[Re: Oprah]

We are certainly living in the last days. And she has been responsible for deceiving masses of people who want nothing more than their ears tickled....tickled right into hell.
How happy she is making the enemy! And God's wrath will be upon her if she doesn't repent.

His Bride, Rapture Ready 37 Comments [11/24/2009 7:19:07 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 67733

We don't judge people here, we warn them that salvation is by grace through faith. We warn people to stay out of false and cultic religions like the RCC, Mormons, JWs, SDAs, etc. If you add to the Gospel, you will not be saved. That's God's words, not mine.

Chris, Rapture Ready 36 Comments [11/24/2009 7:18:41 PM]
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Quote# 67732

ATTENTION: You can say your RCC relatives were saved, your Mormon relatives were saved, etc. Your words and declarations don't mean one iota of anything when it comes to determining salvation. It seems to me that you are just here to promote all kinds of false and pagan religions like the RCC, Mormons, and Buddhists. You are are pretty much saying that it's OK if people practice all kinds of ungodly and satanic rituals as long as they believe in Jesus.

Christian cults take the basics of christianity and then they add the special "seasoning" to it to make it what they want it to be. The RCC adds "works" to grace. The Mormons believe in a a different Jesus and wear funky underwear. The Masons bow down to every pagan idol they can find and end up worshipping the devil. satan is behind every pagan religion.

The Bible says that even the demons believe, and they surely aren't saved. Stucky, you seem to be "stuck" in pagan nonsense and it appears that you are not able to face the fact that if your RCC wife did not believe in faith alone in Jesus Christ, then there is a chance she placed her faith elsewhere. And placing your faith in anything but the Lord Jesus Christ will earn one a swift ride to Hell. That's not judgment, that is the Word of God. where your wife is now is between her and the Lord. He knows her heart.

However, we will not be promoting cults and running around here saying that if you are involved in them that is fine and dandy. so far, you have said your relatives involved in false, pagan, and ungodly religious cults are all saved, etc. This is basically refuting the Bible. We won't have anymore of that here.

Chris, Rapture Ready 33 Comments [11/24/2009 7:17:39 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 67723

Gov. Don Carcieri vetoed legislation Tuesday that would have given same-sex couples in Rhode Island the right to plan funerals for deceased partners.


The socially conservative Republican said the proposed protection represents a “disturbing trend” of the incremental erosion of heterosexual marriage, reports the Associated Press. Rhode Island does not recognize same-sex marriage.

The bill would have added domestic partners to the list of people who can legally make funeral arrangements for a deceased individual.

“If the General Assembly believes it would like to address the issue of domestic partnership, it should place the issue on the ballot and let the people of Rhode Island decide,” Carcieri said in a letter to lawmakers.

Sen. Rhoda Perry and Rep. David Segal, the bill's sponsors, said they would seek to override the veto. Currently, Democrats hold a veto-proof majority in the state legislature and have successfully overridden a number of Carcieri’s vetoes.



RI Gov. Don Carcieri, http://advocate.com/ 36 Comments [11/24/2009 7:17:12 PM]
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Submitted By: Mathew
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Quote# 67719


Evolution itself is a mistake that is made quite a lot. The THEORY (yes it is still called a theory) of evolution is soley based on two things. The first is the similarity of apparently related species. Yet the appearance of being related is just a conjecture that, without empirical proof, is no more than a guess. Second is that empirical proof itself. And that is the so called missing links like Lucy and Piltdown Man. Yet every one of the "missing links" has been proven to be either an outright hoax or plain bad science that has been debunked. So that leaves us with just the guess part of it yet the scientists continue to cite the "missing links" and search for more, like the recent so called discovery of Ardi, which has already been shown to be just as false as any of the rest in somewhat record time. But until they come up with real proof all we really have is the Bible; and it's track record is impeccable.

yogi3939, Rapture Ready 35 Comments [11/24/2009 7:16:55 PM]
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Submitted By: M.M.
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Quote# 67708

Many of us remember the fairly recent photos of some of our troops in the Middle East serving our country who were photographed praying together in groups, and other photos of the brave troops saluting the American Flag. However, there are those in our country who view the words "Under God" in our Pledge of Allegiance to be something to be hated because God is in conflict with their perception of right and wrong. They wrongly assume that those words violate the so-called establishment clause, when in reality, the "establishment clause" does not exist as portrayed by these God haters.

Jake Jones, Examiner.com 22 Comments [11/24/2009 7:16:45 PM]
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Submitted By: Nitsua
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Quote# 67703

Hey james ..... it is obvious you don't feel that this country was founded on the belief in god. well I feel sorry for you; but Becky was right. this country was founded explicictly for that reason; the founding fathers and the settlers themselves were seeking a new country to escape religous persecution that was going on all over europe. Y ou could do yourself some good by sitting back and examining America today; as opposed to just fifty years ago, people then were looking to find that missing something in thier lives, today society just covers it up with all kinds of things of the world and doesn't want to have anything to do with Jesus our lord and savior; That is why the world including America is getting in worse and worse shape almost on a Daily basis..... Fifty years ago would you have heard of a soldier shooting fellow soldiers? no you wouldn't because there was love for our fellow man then. People don't care for one another like they used to.

Brian, Facebook Cause - Allow God In School 35 Comments [11/24/2009 7:15:56 PM]
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Quote# 67697

[Re. Tea Party protesters being called "teabaggers."]

We need to make "teabag" as unacceptable as "nigger."

Jay Guevara, Moonbattery 34 Comments [11/24/2009 7:15:51 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 67696

I was always a bit confused about why BO would empathize with murderous muslims.

I mean with the money, adulation, position and power, all of which were given to him one way or the other under a broad affirmative action umbrella that recognizes only degree of melanin in an individual, in order to shower such gifts without expectation of quality, competency, return in productivity, wisdom, grace or gratitude...why would he bother?

Then it hit me.

He's a liberal.

Fiberal, Moonbattery 18 Comments [11/24/2009 7:15:42 PM]
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Submitted By: DevilsChaplain
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Quote# 67680

[Regarding the tragic mass shooting at Ft. Hood]

Just prior to the attack, Hasan shouted "Allahu Akbar" (God is great) before opening fire on defenseless soldiers. And, we are told not to jump to conclusions or rush to judgment over the rampage committed at Ft. Hood. After all, the greater tragedy would be the crumbling of America's idol of tolerance. That said, the question needs to be asked "should Muslims be allowed in the military of the United States"? There seems to be the possibility of "conflict of interest" on the part of Muslim's.

This cowardly assault by a radical Muslim is only the effect, the cause is political correctness! America needs a reality check when it comes to political correctness. Whether it is in Congress, a state, our communities or eve in our own homes, Islam is not necessarily the peaceful religion that 'they' portray it.

There are those who say (including George W. Bush) that Islam and Christianity worship the same God. We do not, and by doing so and saying so, we have taken a step backward from the REAL GOD! Are we willing to sell our birthright as Americans so we can be just as sophisticated and enlightened as the Socialistic and soon to be 'Muslim' European nations. Are we willing to tell our children "this is what you get because we needed to be more politically correct when it came to other religions"?

Radical Islam has no scruples, no guilt, and no remorse for their actions. Mostly because they (Radical Islam) falsely justify and interpret the writings of the violence of Mohamed, who wrote a book called the Koran centuries after the crucifixion of Jesus Christ.

It's time to get off the pot and stop taking a back seat in order to be politically correct. We need to call things what they are in America. If they are terror, lets call them terror. Let destroy the "idol of tolerance".

Jake Jones, The Evangelical Examiner 16 Comments [11/24/2009 7:14:02 PM]
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Submitted By: Nitsua
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Quote# 67702

Atheists can get married but they'll be commiting adultery, since the marriage will be null before God, just another reason for them to burn in Hell! Yippeeeee! serves them right, those that oppose should burn for eternity.


Cat Power, Yahoo Answers 63 Comments [11/24/2009 1:00:55 PM]
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Submitted By: Catherine
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Quote# 67694

Joaquin, "Allahu" has to mean "Allah", not God. The Muslim chant, which is what this is from, is to Allah, not God.

["Andy, the word "Allahu" means in Arab "God". It comes from: Al-lâh. "Al" means "the" and "ilah" means "god""]

Joaquin, I have an open mind about this, but Muslims chant to "Allahu" and they're not chanting to "God", but to "Allah".

Andy Schlafly , Conservapedia 86 Comments [11/24/2009 12:57:46 PM]
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Quote# 67673

==Moving the Goalposts==

Moving the goalposts is jargon used almost exclusively by evolutionists to decline to answer a question that is the logical next step in their argument. This next step is avoided by evolutionists by claiming that their critics are "moving the goalposts."

For example, Darwinists claim that asking how the theory of evolution explains the origin of life is "moving the goalposts," even though it is a logical question to ask.

Aschlafly, Conservapedia 45 Comments [11/24/2009 12:32:30 PM]
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Quote# 67750

Actually I love AIG and the museum. I donated alot of money to see that museum built. I know I will be rewarded for that in heaven. I know that I helped put a dent in Satan's plans and a thrin in his side to slow him down. That makes me smile knowing that children do have a choice between good and evil and that the truth is making a comeback.

Since kids are brainwashed with evil at school, (teaching of socialism, evolution, sex, gayism, etc.) we as church members and parents can counter that negative culture at home by monitorijng what the kids are being taught at school and explaining why evolution is wrong , anti-Church, and why it's in the textbooks and why the Binle is right and the ultimate book tjey should refer to in any situation, especially a school situation.

believe it or not, we are makimg headway. If you don;t believe it, try teaching evolution in a Mississippi high school class. The students will pass the test on evolution just fine., Theur answers will follow the lesson in the book to a "T". It's their hearts that are doubting what's the book says. Many students just put down the correct answer according to the book to satisfy the teacher. it doesn't mean they actually believe evoltuion ever happened.

Even when I was in college (10 years ago) our physical science survey professor got laughed at by three out of four students in the class when he tried to force us to accept evolution. Our faith and ou learning through the last 18 - 20 years at church countered his anti-faith message. Luckily he dropped the subject and moved on when he realized he was outnumbered three to one.

This is the stuff dreams are made of an why if so dearly and financially support AIG and the creationism movement whenever I can. I know that the future of civilization depends on people who know the truth or our existance and the purpose behind our universe that God spoke into existance some 6000 years ago.

I will continue to be a thorn in the side of evolutionary teaching until the day I die and I will do everything in my power to make sure that children know to reject this evil teaching with scripture when presented in the classroom.

The war is far from over my friend. It has only begun.



Created Warrior, Evolutionblog 95 Comments [11/23/2009 6:40:16 PM]
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Submitted By: Rob
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Quote# 67739

I believe in God, the Creator. I don’t think man came from apes, or that man and ape evolved from the same species. I believe there are indications of intelligent design in the way life is organized and reproduces itself.

I am pleased to see scientists and philosophers backing the concept of intelligent design, even though some of them say that they don’t believe in God. These people are coming to their conclusions based on evidence, not on religious belief. Sure, I wish everyone could have the comfort and joy of a relationship with God, but if that isn’t possible, I am encouraged at least that a stake is being driven through the heart of Darwinism.

Darwinism is responsible for a great darkness in the world, and the deaths of many millions of innocent people. I long for the day, which I believe is coming in the future, when scientists will wonder and shake their heads, mystified as to how so many scientists could have tricked themselves into believing in and proclaiming Darwin’s theory.

Rocky, FreeRepublic 55 Comments [11/23/2009 6:36:04 PM]
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Quote# 67706

It it is time, I suggest, to stop the practice of allowing Muslims to serve in the U.S. military. The reason is simple: the more devout a Muslim is, the more of a threat he is to national security. Devout Muslims, who accept the teachings of the Prophet as divinely inspired, believe it is their duty to kill infidels. Yesterday's massacre is living proof. And yesterday's incident is not the first fragging incident involving a Muslim taking out his fellow U.S. soldiers.

Of course, most U.S. Muslims don't shoot up their fellow soldiers. Fine. As soon as Muslims give us a foolproof way to identify their jihadis from their moderates, we'll go back to allowing them to serve. You tell us who the ones are that we have to worry about, prove you're right, and Muslims can once again serve. Until that day comes, we simply cannot afford the risk. You invent a jihadi-detector that works every time it's used, and we'll welcome you back with open arms.

This is not Islamophobia, it is Islamo-realism.

Bryan Fischer, AFA Director of Issues Analysis, American Family Association 52 Comments [11/23/2009 4:28:56 PM]
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Submitted By: emau99
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Quote# 67688

*Obama*

I said before he ever won the presidency that he really was a muslim. How is he going to reject the heritage of his father? Now, based on what he has said in these clips, how do you reconcile that he claims he is a Christian yet also claims he is a muslim? Neither can mix as we well know. He is a charlatan and a liar. He plays the political game and has NOTHING to offer but control.

At some point, people will get it. Some already have, but many are still riding his stimulus coattails.

One thing I absolutely cannot endure is a fake.

antitox, RR 53 Comments [11/23/2009 3:39:52 PM]
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Quote# 67687

Google, "Gay is not the new black". It's an editorial, that was published by several newspapers, I think in July. Don't try to capitalize on real human misery. The subjugation of a race is no no way to be likened to a society that has moral standards. Every gaybo who spouts the nonsense you just vomited forth is one lowlife lying sack. You display a gross disrespect for the sufferings of blacks when you compare a gene to a despicable lifestyle. Go back to the closet, and keep quiet, and we won't bother you. Come out in public and try to convince real people that you are "normal", or that you are comparable to a race, and you can expect to be spit on. It's happened EVERY TIME the VOTERS get the opportunity to speak.
And, the VOTERS are sick of you buying off our judges and politiicans.

John Smith, http://online.wsj.com 36 Comments [11/23/2009 3:39:13 PM]
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Submitted By: Mathew
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Quote# 67677

Someone says, "Evolution is not a religion." Evolution IS a religion, because it lacks scientific evidence, thus requiring it's adherents to follow Darwin's theory by FAITH. Evolution is a RELIGIOUS CREED based upon blind faith. There is not in existence one single piece of scientific evidence which proves that man has evolved upward from animals. It is impossible to prove any theory of origins "scientifically," because the very essence of the scientific method is based upon OBSERVATION and EXPERIMENTATION, and no scientist has ever observed or experimented with the origin of the universe.

James Melton, http://www.biblebelievers.com/jmelton/mevolu1.html 60 Comments [11/23/2009 3:35:16 PM]
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